Santa Margherita's Prosecco Di Valdobbiadene

Santa Margherita's Prosecco Di Valdobbiadene

Since COVID-19, prosecco sales have surged, seeing consumers search for indulgent yet affordable luxuries. Prosecco is the fastest growing white wine grape in Australia and Santa Margherita's Prosecco Di Valdobbiadene, authentically Italian and modestly priced, is perfect for any occasion. This celebrated bubbly, with aromas of ripe pineapples, peaches and golden apples, pairs well with everything from seafood to rich carbonara and rosemary beef.


Santa Margherita Wines:


Santa Margherita Wines began in 1935 on abandoned land in the countryside of Italy's Veneto region. Today, their varietals are still richly steeped in tradition and are celebrated for their regional character. Santa Margherita's mission is to make the pairing of wine and food an even more engaging experience, through continuously exploring new routes in taste and in the joy of wine.


Prosecco Di Valdobbiadene:



Created from luscious, aromatic Glera grapes, this bubbly is a celebration in a bottle and a benchmark of quality. Crisp, clean, sweet, and lively, it pairs with everything from rich carbonara to rosemary beef filet.


Tasting Notes

A spumante with extraordinary fine and persistent bubbles, revealing crisp scents of white-fleshed fruits, acacia and peach blossom. Joyous and playful on the palate, the bubbles beat out the rhythm while the savoury freshness carriers the lasting finish which is full of the fragrance of small yellow flowers and the juiciness of pear and peach.


RRP & Availability

Santa Margherita Prosecco Di Valdobbiadene 750ml – RRP $26.00

Santa Margherita Prosecco Di Valdobbiadene 375ml – RRP $15.99

Available at Dan Murphy's and BWS nationally


Review: Escape the everday with Santa Margherita's Prosecco Di Valdobbiadene, a taste of Italy.  A luxurious looking bottle that captures the essence of an Italian summer with it's crisp and lively taste, I'm in love. Santa Margherita Prosecco Di Valdobbiabene brings back vivid memories of warm nights on Sardinian beaches in Italy, as the sun sets on the sand, and fresh smells of pizza and pasta are paired with Prosecco....Heaven.